Mountain Division
Division Champions
AIR FORCE
FALCONS
(AIR FORCE ACADEMY, CO)
(1999-)
STADIUM

(FALCON STADIUM)
(1962-)
FIRST SEASON
1955
PREVIOUS CONFERENCE
WESTERN ATHLETIC
(1980-1998)
BOISE STATE
BRONCOS
(BOISE, ID)
(2011-)
STADIUM

(ALBERTSONS STADIUM)
(1970-)
FIRST SEASON
1933
PREVIOUS CONFERENCE
WESTERN ATHLETIC
(2001-2010)
COLORADO STATE
RAMS
(FORT COLLINS, CO)
(1999-)
STADIUM

(COLORADO STATE STADIUM)
(2017-)
FIRST SEASON
1890
PREVIOUS CONFERENCE
WESTERN ATHLETIC
(1968-1998)
NEW MEXICO
LOBOS
(ALBUQUERQUE, NM)
(1999-)
STADIUM

(DREAMSTYLE STADIUM)
(1960-)
FIRST SEASON
1892
PREVIOUS CONFERENCE
WESTERN ATHLETIC
(1962-1998)
UTAH STATE
AGGIES
(LOGAN, UT)
(2013-)
STADIUM

(ROMNEY STADIUM)
(1968-)
FIRST SEASON
1892
PREVIOUS CONFERENCE
WESTERN ATHLETIC
(2005-2012)
WYOMING
COWBOYS
(LARAMIE, WY)
(1999-)
STADIUM

(WAR MEMORIAL STADIUM)
(1950-)
FIRST SEASON
1892
PREVIOUS CONFERENCE
WESTERN ATHLETIC
(1962-1998)
TEAM HISTORY
Air Force's cadets take part in the school's extensive athletic program which helps them to develop their physical skills. The team also takes part in the Commander-in-Chief Trophy with both Army and Navy.

Boise State plays on a blue field turf with their stadium playing host to the annual Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.

Colorado State moved into the on-campus Sonny Lubick Field at Colorado State Stadium (41,000) after leaving the off-campus Hughes Stadium (34,000).
PREVIOUS STADIUM
HUGHES STADIUM
(FORT COLLINS, CO)
(1968-2016)

New Mexico's nickname is 'Lobos' which is Spanish for 'wolf'. Their stadium plays host to the annual New Mexico Bowl.

Utah State uses Aggies as it began as a land-grant and agricultural college with a bull, called Big Blue, as their official mascot.

Wyoming chose Cowboys as their nickname in 1891 when a true cowboy assisted the team against one from Cheyenne, WY. Their mascot is 'Pistol Pete', introduced in 1917, and is a student dressed up like a cowboy with teams, of either gender, called 'Pokes' which is short for Cowpokes.
Updated: 24 August 2017